On Episode 30, International President of Harmony, Incorporated , Donna McKay, sits down with Amanda to talk the past, present, and future of barbershop and Harmony, Inc.
Learn more about Harmony, Inc at www.harmonyinc.org.
This week we’re sitting down with Jo Eteson, longtime soprano of The Swingles. We could elaborate for hours about her talent and experience, but we’ll just leave it at: she is a living legend. And an incredibly kind and generous legend at that.
Learn more about The Swingles at http://www.theswingles.co.uk/
A relatively new group, The Crescendos have wasted no time making big strides. This young group out of Chelmsford High School are recent winners of their ICHSA quarterfinal, and a shining example of the newest generation of a cappella singers.
Holli Kitching can be found both on stage and off singing with VXN and producing the ICCA Mid-Atlantic for Varsity Vocals. She’s seen and heard a lot over her a cappella career and we discuss so much more than just singing and competition in Episode 27 .
On Episode 26, Katie Mac of GQ & one of the newest employees of Barbershop Harmony Society sits down to chat (with her signature zeal!) all things barbershop and the positive impact “Everyone in Harmony” has had on her life and so many others.
And in honor of some birthday milestones, Rachael and Amanda talk getting older and why it’s not as scary as you might think!
We’ve reached Episode 25 (!) tonight with a woman who excels in many avenues of a cappella. Whether it be on stage with Musae or creating some of the best recorded a cappella out there, Angela Ugolini stands out. And she’s just getting started.
After the interview, Rachael recaps her recent trip to Japan, which of course included a little a cappella!
Learn more about Musae at https://www.facebook.com/musaevocal/
On Episode 24 we chat with Cassie Greene, a member of Business Casual. Even though this group isn’t a full-time endeavor, they’ve seen some incredible success- including a National Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival title, winning the VoiceJam Festival and earning a ticket to Vocal Asia, and two trips to the Varsity Vocals AcaOpen Finals.
Hear her unique perspective tonight on balancing a successful career and a cappella experience.
Learn more about Business Casual at https://www.bcvocals.com/
We are back with the first episode of 2020 with none other than Lisa Forkish! From Divisi, to Vocal Rush to HIVE and even more in between, Lisa is a champion of inclusivity in the a cappella community. Whether it be through the many years of work with the Women’s A Cappella Association, being the driving force behind WeSing, writing original music, or being a constant mentor and coach to all, Lisa’s work is bringing us all a deeper level of connection and understanding.
Learn more about Lisa at https://www.lisaforkish.com/